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>> there is a new deal and the mayor said she is grateful to the governor for lending the state officers to help her city, the c.h.p. is already helping the city of oakland with extra patrols but now they have agreed to extend the contract and give even more help. they patrolled two days a week and now they increase that four oakland asked for help when the contract with the sheriff ended over the weekend and the sheriff deputied were patrolling with oakland police and the two agencies could not agree on terms for a new contract. for example, one of the officers, the deputies, was shot in the foot while patrolling oakland and the two sides could not agree on who should pay for the health care and the workers' compensation. with the sheriff deputied gone, and with the oakland police department facing a shortage officers with violent crime rising police had to turn to c.h.p. the mayor's office has not said
how much they will pay c.h.p. but it will have to be approved before the city council and it goes before the council in a couple of weeks. >> and now the boston bombings investigation, top security officials face a grilling from lawmakers over whether the f.b.i. over looked warning signs at the dead suspect was becoming radicalized threat to security. a college community uniteed to remember the 22-year-old boston university graduate student who died. members of her family arrived from china for the memorial. >> i think of her, first thing that. coulds do my mind is her smile. >> in other developments, the 19-year-old dzhokhar tsarnaev has a court-appointed lawyer and is cooperating with investigators after being charged with using a weapon of mass destruction. the federal defender is asking
for two more attorneys. authorities are looking for possible explosives and signs of where the bombs were made. >> we hear more stories of courage and survival from the attack. after 200 injured, 14 of those have undergone amputations including a dancer who lost her foot but not her will to dance again. the 32-year-old and her husband, adam days, an airman just back from afghanistan were watching the marathon near the finish line when the first bomb went off. i remember telling adam, my gosh, i'm alive and he said, i'm okay, i'm okay, are you okay, and i said i think we are okay and i could not believe it and i tried to move and i said my foot. my foot. something is wrong and he lifted my leg and we lost it. >> she lost her left foot. she worked as a ballroom dance
instructor and says when someone tries to stop you from doing something you have to conquer that and vows to dance again. stay with abc7 news for continuing coverage of the boston bombings. we will go live to washington, dc, for an update on the federal investigation now underway and at 7:00, "good morning america" will be live from boston with new details from investigative reporter. >> two machine accused of plotting to derail planes in the country and canada faced their first court appearance, the suspects wanted to derail trains from morning to toronto and police have been tracking the pair since august. they have links to al qaeda in iran. the plot was disrupted before it become operational. >> lawyers for the state bar are scheduled to tell a san francisco judge today that east bay lawyer brown should be disbarred for smug illing out an alleged hit list from her client who is behind bars.
the former muslim leader ordered the killings of two people. tones for the california state bar are recommending that the initial lawyer be stripped of her license. she was success spended if two years in 2011. >> and bars could move closer to 4:00 a.m. last call at a state hearing which is sponsored by a san francisco democrat and lets cities and counties petition the state to move the current 2:00 a.m. closing time back two hours to 4:00 a.m. and says the move would boost tourism but critics warn it could increase drunk driving and crime around the bars. the legislation wrote only affect bars and restaurants, liquor store hours would not change. >> investors will want to see how tarnished is apple's shine releasing the latest quarterly earnings and most expect disappointing results. apple's high flying stock has
plunged from over $700 to $390. apple has not released any new products and sales are mediocre. the good news is that expectations are so low that apple could start to surprise wall street and begin the turn around. apple now is dealing with defective iphones. two chinese newspapers report that apple returned 8 mill -- eight million iphones to china. it is not cheer clear which models are affected but apple is not experiencing iphone short averages and they could cost the company $250 million. executives have admitted that the iphone is the most difficult device they have assembled. >> netflix starts positive with shares for the company surging
yesterday following the announcement they signed up two million new subscribers the first quarter closing up 11 points to $174.237 a share because of additional they say of new original programming including "house of cards" and "arrested development." the c.e.o. says that the company could one day have up to 20 original series streaming for customers. >> now don't want to spend time inside were whatting a movie because it is so gorgeous. >> more comfortable today. >> cooler than year. a little. but still warmer-than-average temperatures. remember the breezes from yesterday? they are still gusting in the valleys. 23 in napa and 24 in fairfield but slowing in santa rosa and concord but it is keeping the temperatures warmer than yesterday. ten degrees if livermore to 20 at napa.
if you are headed out, 65 if livermore and napa and 64 in fairfield and antioch, and 66 in santa rosa, and mid-to-upper 50's for the rest of us and half moon bay is 46. temperatures today are mid-60's long the coast and upper 60's around san francisco and mid-70's to near 80 around the bay and low-to-mid 80's inland. the next three days we will continue the cooling trend with a bump up in temperatures headed into the weekend. >> at 6:10 we have metering lights on and you can see traffic is backing up a little bit but it is used to control the traffic flow out of oakland and into san francisco. no crabs out there and it has been quiet in the crash department this morning. we will see how it is affecting the maze so if it is becoming up near the toll it is not affecting westbound 80 from berkeley so you have a clear drive and it is slowing a little bit as you come up on 580 headed away from 580 to berkeley the
eastbound 80 is moving at top speeds. >> hackers attacked a california airport ahead the scare they gave late night passengers in southern california. >> a new trend on teens and drug use, the conversation parents may want to consider having with their kids. >> a bay area company that introduced a programmable 8tes0pstat, a new way it is
>> covering santa clara, san francisco, east bay and all the bay area, this is abc7 news. >> it is 6:13. outside right now from our exploritorium you can see the trance america building and the beginning of a beautiful day, not so hot as yesterday. in the develop news from tripoli new video shows an exploding car bomb outside a french embassy early this morning. that blast injured two french guards and it appears to be the first major terrorist attack on a diplomatic compound since the siege of the outpost in benghazi in september. that attack killed ambassador christopher stevens, a bay area native. from southern california, authorities are trying to figure out who hacked into flight
boards at los angeles international airport. hackers changed the boards at a determine natural ordering passengers to evacuates because of an emergency. there was no emergency and police are looking for the person behind the attack. >> the national transportation safety board opens a hearing today on how bad try problems in boeing's jetliners got past the regulators. problems with the battery led to the fleet grounding in january. investigators are looking how the cutting edge battery system was test asked want to know if government gives too much authority to aircraft makers for safety testing. >> a just-release survey shows parent may want to talk to teens about the dangers of prince drug abuse. a poll shows that 81 percent of teens say their parents have talked to them about the risks of marijuana and alcohol use but only 14 percent of teens say their parents is talked to them about the dangers of abusing prescription drugs.
the abuse is going up. one in four teens in the study have abused prescription drugs up 35 percent in five years. >> a bay area company is offering new rebates to save customers money and based in palo alto, the thermostat is a brain child of two former apple engineers and helps you conserve energy and is partnering with several energy companies to offer rebates to customers to adjust temperatures inside their home during peak energy times. they are partnering with southern cal edison and pg&e is not among the partner companies. as hot as it gets in the east bay i don't know how much conservation there will be. >> when it is up to 100 it is hard to talk us into turning east air conditioning for a up cough years.
>> maybe easier to invite your neighbor to your pool. >> it is dry and i turned the fan on so it was okay yesterday. >> i do like the warmth so i live where i want to live. good morning, everyone, looking down from mount tamalpais where we have a little bit of a breeze around 2,600' and the record highs year, 91 in santa rosa, and san rafael at 89 and oakland downtown 87 and airport at 85 and sfo at 83 and some unofficialreporting concord and hayward set record high temperatures. and live doppler 7 hd shows, still, very, very drive, and we will talk about what is happening with the forecast cycle, sunny and warm. but no record-setting, cooler and calmer tonight in all neighborhoods and it look like we will have a warming trend for the weekend after today, tomorrow, and thursday's cooling
trend. what we watched yesterday, we talked about the surge, first the wins coming up, cooling the coast and then the clouds and then the clouds will town and head into the bay and then inland thursday morning and that is why the thursday will be the coolest afternoon but until then, still of would average and low-to-mid 70's through the santa clara valley and well start around 80 and drop to 72 in pill bray and mid-60's along the coast and low 60's at deal city and struggling into the upper 60's in south san francisco after hitting the 80's yesterday and 68 in sausalito, and 78 in san rafael and petaluma and everyone else in the low to mid-80's. low-to-mid 60's at the beaches and wide-spread mid-to-upper 70's through the shoreline and castro valley possibly making it to the low 80's and low-to-mid 80's in the east bay valley so cooler and more comfortable than yesterday. as far as the game it is back to normal at at&t park with a
legal bit of a breeze and downtown to a jacket-needing 58. temperatures in the mid-40's to low 50's but the cloud cover is more extensive tomorrow and that means temperatures by the afternoon hours drop four to six degrees and another four to six-degree drop on thursday and temperatures back to average on thursday and the slight warning trend friday, saturday, and sunday. no rain in the forecast. leyla gulen? >> so far, it is good driver tuesday and we don't see any crashes out there so that is the good news and we have congestion. but not too bad if you head along the san mateo or the dumbarton bridges, both are running almost at top speeds and we are seeing volume starting to build. as we take you to the east bay along 880, also, 580, again, top speeds identity there, you drive at posted speed because the faster you go the increased chances of spinouts causes the accident when it is so empty on the roads. here is a look at the drive headed identity of walnut creek
and toward the drive long 24 it is building there. southbound side. it is slowing in san ramon and danville. >> thank you. bart passengers face late night delays in san francisco and ahead a woman ended up on the trabs and what she did to avoid getting hit by a train. >> "sweet caroline" is a boston favorite and the new way the singer is paying tribute to the singer is paying tribute to the city with no added sugar, just one glass equals two servings of fruit. very fruit-tritious. or, try ocean spray light 50, with just 50 calories, a full serving of fruit and no added sugar. with tasty flavors like cranberry-pomegranate and cranberry- concord grape, just...you know... demonstrating how we blend the fruits. try all our tasty ocean spray 100% and light 50 juices.
>> good morning, everyone, at 6:22 on abc7 morning news. what is that in the east rising above the clouds in it is the sun! a beautiful day, nice and warm, but probably not setting any new record. dialed named is -- neil diamond is working on a new song if honor of the fans in boston where he sang "sweet caroline" at fenway park and he tells rolling stone he is writing a new song about the bombings and other recent tragedies. no word on when it could be released.
neil diamond says it is on the fast track. >> in england the queen is set to give her approval to a bill that changes the rules on would can inher it the throne. the laws of success say only first-born boys can inherit the throne are about to be replaced after 300 years. or a girl gets it if there is no boy, like elizabeth. but prince william and kate are spenting their child in july so the changes coming in a timely moment. regardless of whether the baby is a boy or a girl, the child will be next if line after william. a royal spokesman says that the queen will consider the bill or approve it in the comes days or weeks. >> it says that josh elliott is nut if line to be the next king but he will tell us what is coming up on "good morning america" at 7:00. >> i feel like i'm 26 in line, it would be if i have become the king of england we have problems, avoid england
entirely. >> but what a party? >> what a party it would be, you are coming, it is the place to be. who are we kidding. we have a lot to get to and i heard you mentioned neil diamond showing up to sing "sweet caroline" what a gesture, so many gestures we have seen in the days since the bombings last week. we are advancing that story this morning. authorities are telling abc7 news that dzhokhar tsarnaev has started now to reveal critical details. the questioning is continuing and he is answering at the love the questions again in writing and he did manage to say, though, win word when asked if he could afford a lawyer he said "no," and the man who was carjacked by the two alleged bombers, a harrowing story. you will not believe it. a remarkable turn of events. we have this surreal story from
kansas, you go to the circus you expect tigers and lions and bears and you don't expect to see it when you go to the bathroom and that happened to a woman who was in the lady's room staring at a tiger. not a scene from "the hangover," but it is an excuse to run part of a very funny film. we have lots coming up on "good morning america" next. >> have a great show. >> our coverage of the boston bombings continues at 6:30 and ahead the new details the crown suspect is revealing to authorities and the reason his mom could find herself behind bars. >> ground braking -- ground breaking for a new school but neighbors are suing over it. >> i expect a beautiful sunrise from the roof camera to the east with temperatures today going to
be from three to 14 degrees cooler-than-average and i will tell you how long the cooling trend will hang around. >> from the abc7 news traffic center, another beautiful sunrise, the same one mike was talking about and the metering lights are on and we don't have any accidents to report but we have plenty of congestion, i have plenty of congestion, i will tell you where the hot) 3 g
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>> live from the kgo-tv broadcast center this is abc7 news. >> good morning, tuesday april 23rd. from our san francisco exploritorium camera through the lovely buildings in san francisco, slight breeze out there but you can tell it will be a sunny, gorgeous day. thanks for joining us. >> now the forecast, since you saw the beautiful shot, could you elaborate? >> i will tree it in a minute to get you out the door. live doppler 7 hd shows how dry it is but did you notice on the picture from the exploritorium camera the winds were back? they brought zero visibility to half moon bay.
the coast is cloudy and the rest of us get a beautiful sunrise. how are the winds going to affect our temperatures? a light breeze around the bay at 54, milder this morning and mid-70's at lunch time and upper 70's and hitting the 80's and a few 90's yesterday and comfortable this evening at 66. in the valleys we have a now breezes and 56 this morning, and sunny and 76 at noon and mid-80's in the afternoon, so in record highs and more comfortable in the evening at 71 and check out the coast cloud cover, temperatures stuck in the 50's, we will spike into the low-to-mid 60's from noon to 2:00. >> we have this report involving a dump truck carrying gravel emptying gravel on the roadways as it exited so southbound 680 we do have some debris in lanes and that is causing a slow down. it is all over the place. watch out for that. in marin county we have fog that could affect your drive creeping
over the hills and could affect 101 to petaluma. as we head back to the drive toward petaluma this is where we see slower speeds at 27 miles per hour headed southbound near 116. kristen and eric? >> the latest on the boston marathon bombings, the 19-year-old suspect accused of helping to carry out the attack remains hospitalized but he is revealing new details on how the attack went down. we are in washington with what the suspect is telling authorities. >> good morning, authorities say they have a pretty good handle about how this attack was carried out but they are searching debt -- desperately for more answers. >> the accused teenage terrorist has the right to. silent charged with using a weapon of mass destruction but the 19-year-old dzhokhar tsarnaev, wounded in the neck with limited ability to speak,
has been answering questions, reportedly telling agents he built the bombs from the internet with no direction from terrorists overseas. >> these are individuals who may have some connections overseas but the primary radicalization is in places like the united states. >> the attack may have been inspire by al qaeda and the preachings of radical jihaddest anwar al-awlaki and are focused on his older brother killed on thursday as the possible brains behind the attack. of particular interest is his trip to russia last year. a neighbor said he returned more extreme. >> he said that bible is a cheap copy of the koran and that most person wars are an excuse of the bible. >> boston is moving on. the scene of the bombing is no longer an f.b.i. crime scene. hundreds turned out at memorials to remember the dead including
23-year-old graduate student. >> we will keep running to finish the race for you. we will try to realize your unfinished dream. >> of the more than 200 people injured in the boston marathon bombings, 48 are still in the hospital recovering. the good news is that doctors say all are expected to survive and continue with their lives. eric? >> thank you. >> we are learning new details of the suspect's bother, massachusetts court officials say that the mother of the 19-year-old dzhokhar tsarnaev has an outstanding warrant for an incident in june. police say she stole $1,600 worth of designer dresses from a high-end department store and an apartment is not commenting on the case but the theft charges could land the mother in prison for up to five years if convicted. >> stay with abc7 news for continuing coverage of the boston marathon bombings. we have the latest on
abc7news.com with instant updates on twitter. >> we continue to follow develop news in oakland at this hour where a police stand off is rolling into the 5th hour. s.w.a.t. teams are outside a home on 65th avenue in east oakland. the stand off has been going most of the night. the suspect is wanted for a shooting on 90th avenue at 10:30 last night and the victim was taken to the hospital with non-life threatening injuries. >> from the peninsula, where officials will break ground this morning on the first new elementary school in more than half a century. abc7 news reporter joins us. not everyone is celebrating the new campus. it has a lot to do with the location? >> absolutely. the first new school opening in burlingame in more than 50 years, normally that is a good thing but many neighbors in the burlingame hills fought very happy about today's ground-
ground-breaking ceremony which is not just safe for kids. hoover school which borders the town of hillsborough was built in the 19 30's and became a buddhist temple in the 1970's and the district bought back the property to make room for new students flooded into the district but neighbors are flighting the plan and they is gone to court to stop the school from opening. they say the school is on a dangerous road, lots of blind curves and few sidewalks, unsafe for kids. >> there really is not even one street or road for a kid to walk on safely without being intolerable danger a possibility. >> we need more space we are busting out of the scenes with so many people moving here. >> a group of neighbors who are suing want a full environmental study done before the school can
open. the district says it plans to widen the street in front of hoover school here to accommodate more cars picking up and dropping off kids and a traffic study commissioned by the district has found for safety issues in this area. the school set to open or re-open in this case next year. >> thank you. it is 6:37. oakland is getting new help to keep streets safe and ahead the extra officers that will soon be pa will fromming the city. >> first, late night delays for bart passengers in san francisco. a woman ended up on the tracks and what she did to avoid an oncoming train. >> look outside from our h.d. camera, a beautiful day ahead with the forecast and leyla gulen has what has been a moderately quiet morning on th
>> and now at 6:40, with the pollen, we are dropping. tree pollen is still high but grass is low, mold is low, and weed is down to moderate after being very high for so long. around the state, you can see how quiet it is, look at the offshore flow but notice it is undercut by the southern surge and that is the cool weather that will linger at the coast where you will have cloud cover for the better part of today and
low-to-mid 60's and san francisco gets the sea breeze at 68 and a last mid-to-upper 70's around the bay and low do mid-80's inland so warmer-than-average and we will continue the cooling trend tomorrow and thursday but warmer on friday and the weekend. >> back to fremont, we do have this incident southbound 680 passing durham road involving several vehicles that pulled to the shoulder because a truck carrying gravel was dumping some of the gravel on the roadways so now the truck is off the freeway but we have the debris if lanes and that could slow tinges down. -- things down. in livermore, the drive headed southbound along 84 is slowing down a bit at 22 miles per hour, the let of the commute along 580 coming from the central valley and over the altamont pass, your speeds are diminishing. we are seeing mostly congestion out there. but not too many crashes. >> bart service is back to normal this morning after a woman was rescued from the tracks if san francisco.
no word how the woman ended up on the tracks at the 24th and mission station but when a train approached she rolled under the mat form to avoid being hit. firefighters cut power to the third rail. the woman managed to squeeze through a small gap between cars to get free. she was taken to a hospital where a bruised knee. considering what happened, that is lucky. >> it is lucky. straight ahead, the biggest sports stars in the bay area try their hand at a new career. we will show you what barry and buster are up. >> trading is underway on wall street and a look at the big board, the dow jones industrial average is going up 95 points. we will check with bloomberg business report and jane king and the new york stock exchange. >> keeping oakland safe. the new
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>> covering santa rosa, berkeley, san jose, and all the bay area, this is abc7 news. >> good tuesday morning at 6:45. expect to see more highway patrol officers patrolling oakland part of an expanding partnership to keep city streets safer. abc7 news is in san francisco with more with amy hollyfield.
>> c.h.p. to the rescue. committee have been helping oakland out and patrolling the streets since november. they is agreed to extend that and they are going to broaden the help. rather than offering help two days week thousand you will see c.h.p. officers on the street four day as week. oakland needd help. violent crime has risen and the police department has a shortage of officers. the city was getting help from the sheriff but that contract expired. the two agencies could not agree on another contract. this weekend was the last weekend for sheriff deputies to help oakland. now police are turning to the c.h.p. the mayor says she is grateful to the governor for lending her the state officers to help with her city. she says c.h.p. is not sure, she has not released how much they will pay the c.h.p. we will find that out when it goes before the city council in a couple of weeks but the mayor says it is especially important right now and she is be working
hard to rebuild the police force. >> i hope this is true, you are taught really paying so were for gas as you think you are? >> my credit cards is having an imagination attack. >> what is the best john in -- b in the country right now? bloomberg business report and jane king have that report. >> an average of $3.92 for a gallon of regular you may feel you are paying a lot but we looked and it is actually the folks in mississippi who spend the highest percent of their income on gasoline. we crunched the numbers and in california you pay a smaller share of income for gas than most states in the nation. what you may pay less for is movie tickets with the average price dropping slightly last year to under $8 a ticket. it was a records high this time
last year and the average price depends on the mix of films offer and watch for them to go back up with the the big action films. apple shares have had big stock slide and they believe we will see the first slump in a decade. the markets are strong with the dow jones industrial average up 100 points and. is the valley index trading higher. if you look if a job that pay as lot that is stress-free, become an actuary, a career survey says they measure risk for insurance companies have the best jobs in the nation, including work environment and income. the worst? newspaper reporters. live from the new york stock exchange for jane king and bloomberg business report. >> that makes sense.
>> we are tv reporters. >> two stars of the san francisco giants have a new line on their resumes, fashion models, barry zito and buster dressed in designer clothes do grace the may issue of "gq." here is a picture, buster taking a swing at being a super model, with no sloppy wet -- sweat pants and look at barry zito. >> who is that? who is that? which player? >> one of my favorites. i love so many. stirring up heat in the magazine talking about his latest hobby, much different from the music and the photography we have then about, but he now is shooting firearms and people will be interested in that in the may issue of "gq." i will read it for the article. >> sure. sure. >> the words. >> does he know he has fallen
from "one" of the favorite players. >> the whole team is great. they have been doing great and last night, it was beautiful at the ballpark, let's keep it going. >> all right, we have the warriors in the place offs and the a's playing well and percent amendments -- giants playing well but it is dry this morning and breezy in the north bay. from mount tamalpais to ocean beach, it is clear. the clouds are just down to the south near half moon bay. no record highs today. pretty simple from the chute. more clouds, cooler tonight and mild to warm weather for this dry weekend coming ahead. beautiful picture in downtown san francisco and our temperatures today, in san francisco, 14 degrees cooler, and you may notice that, santa rosa, oak, -- oakland warmer than yesterday, and here is what
is happening, southern surge coming up through the afternoon hours and expect an increase in clouds possibly to the north bay. this is the couping that will begin at the coast in parts of bay and move inland headed to wednesday and thursday. with the temperatures warm today by average standards, low-to-mid 80's in the south bay and low 70's to near 80 as you travel from north to south along the peninsula and low-to-mid 60's along the coast and upper 60's in downtown and south san francisco and sausalito and upper 70's to mid-80's in the north bay valley and 78 in petaluma to 84 in napa and 20 degrees cooler at the coast and we will have mid-70's and 76 at hayward and everyone else is in the upper 70's to low 80's along the east bay shore, much nicer day as far as inland and not so hot if you needed the air conditioner yesterday you will not today. at at&t park, it is back closer to average, and we will have winds that are back and cooler conditions and 63 at 7:15,
dropping down to a 58 by the end of the game. mid-40's, you can see them inland, and upper 40's to low 50's for most of us and the clouds are building along the coast and the marine layer is poised to take the temperatures down four to six degrees on wednesday and on thursday and most of us will wake up to clouds on thursday and the slow sunshine is why thursday is the coolest day and warmer for friday, saturday, and sunday, and dry all seven days. >> at 6:52, into san jose, we have a report of a hit-and-run accident, a car versus a pedestrian, and this is at south capital avenue, so this area is becoming an investigation scene and we have emergency crews showing up on the scene. as we take a drive into the north bay as you make your commute from vallejo, 37 as you head westbound, slow right now and down to 26 miles per hour and other hot spots include 101 as you make the drive through
>> as we hand things off to "good morning america" here are fire things to know. the latest in the boston marathon bombings investigation, top security officials face a grilling from lawmakers over whether the f.b.i. over looked warnings signs that the dead suspect was becoming a radicalized threat to national security. the f.b.i. questioned him in 2011 at the request of russian intelligence agencies. >> stand off between police and a shooting suspect tied up s.w.a.t. teams for several hours in oakland a man barricaded himself inside a home on 65th
avenue and watched for another shooting in oakland last night. the victim is expected to survive. >> three, the highway patrol and the city of oakland have reached a new deal to expand c.h.p. patrols to four days a week. the current contract of patrol of two days a week was to expire on friday. the city council will vote on the deal and last week the alameda county sheriff ended patrols in the city. >> officials in burlingame break ground on the first elementary school in 50 years but not everyone is happy. some are suing to stop construction saying the school is on a dangerous road with a lot blind curves and few sidewalks. >> the warriors face the nuggets in denver tonight in game two of the best of seven playoff series and they lost game one on saturday night and of course the warriors are moving forward without the all star forward who now is out for the playoffs with an injured hip. >> mike? >> we have a wide range of temperatures this or from the mid-60's in santa rosa and napa
and fairfield and 62 in antioch and 65 in livermore and temperatures in the 50's around most of the bay until you get to san francisco at 65 degrees right now. beautiful picture, looking down on san francisco this morning and breezy legals and you saw the temperatures and 61 to 76 is the noontime fred at 4:00, and 57 to 82 and as we round out the forecast, 54 at the coast and 71 this evening. >> we are taking you down to san jose with the ongoing vision because of a car versus a pedestrian at south capital avenue and unknown injuries are involved so serious indent in that area, so try to avoid it. as we continue to move it further along the peninsula you can see 101 is moving along at top somebody and wood side has no crabs and a quick check of our drive, it looks like bart, muni and caltran, everything is running without a delay.
good morning, america. breaking this morning, the very first details revealed from the boston bomber's bedside interrogation. the younger suspect telling how they made the bombs. and why they targeted the marathon. and the man they carjacked tells his harrowing tale of how he escaped. breaking new details on the plot to bomb an amtrak passenger train. targeting thousands traveling from toronto to new york. the frightening efforts to plant explosives and take out the tracks. and the new connection to al qaeda in iran. developing now, floodwaters raging through the midwest.
emergency rescues overnight. landslides, barges colliding with bridges. and the astonishing pictures of fish and ducks swimming by these office windows as the waters rise. face to face with a tiger in a bathroom? how one circus customer got the surprise of her life under a kansas big top. when this massive cat got loose and went straight to the loo. the ferocious feline just two feet away. that will start off your morning. face to face with a tiger. good morning, america. a whole lot going on. you know, dzhokhar tsarnaev may not be able to speak right now, but he is revealing so much more on how and why he carried out the marathon bombings with his brother. all the communication in writing, except for one word. when asked if he can afford a lawyer, he said no.
>> and the 19-year-old suspect has been formally charged now with using a weapon of mass destruction and malicious destruction of property. and that also could face the death penalty. >> no question about it. abc's brian ross is in boston with the exclusive, new details on the interrogation. good morning, brian. >> reporter: good morning, george and robin. the 19-year-old suspect has admitted his role in the bombings. speaking with or communicating with that special team of fbi agents who did not have to give him his legal rights. the suspect also revealed, cording to authorities, much of the how and the why of the deadly bomb blast. [ explosion ] for all the fear and drama that the attacks produced, the younger brother reportedly told agents, it was almost entirely done from the internet, homegrown, with no direction from overseas. they used an al qaeda internet description of how to make a pressure cooker bomb. >> they took a very simple recipe and targeted -- the boston marathon.